France’s most beautiful villages in the Corrèze

In the Corrèze, enjoy a five-star visit to our officially recognised "Most Beautiful Villages of France" (Les Plus Beaux Villages de France), where you'll be amazed by their stunning beauty! 
Villages awarded a five-star rating are Collonges-la-RougeCuremonteSaint-RobertSégur-le-Chateau and Turenne, all of which merit plenty of time for a visit.

Other equally attractive villages, adorned with fountains, churches and unique architecture, are also well worth a visit, such as Argentat, Aubazine, Beaulieu-sur-Dordogne, Corrèze, Donzenac, Meymac, Pompadour, Treignac and Uzerche.

These villages are open-air museums in their own right, with a life and character all of their own, forged over the centuries by their proud inhabitants. Discover our villages full of character

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Collonges la Rouge
Collonges la Rouge - COLLONGES LA ROUGE
Once a stopping-point on the pilgrims' route to Santiago de Compostela in northern Spain and domain of the Viscount of Turenne, this village of red sandstone is famous for the exceptional quality of
Curemonte - CUREMONTE
A medieval village with three castles and three churches, Curemonte was inhabited by the French writer Colette during the Second World War. Old aristocratic houses line the narrow streets alongside
Saint-Robert - SAINT ROBERT
This charming medieval village is built on a ridge on the border between the Corrèze and the Dordogne. 12C Romanesque church. Guided tours of the village all year by prior arrangement for individuals
Ségur le Château
Ségur le Château - SEGUR LE CHATEAU
Built on a meander of the Auvézère river, this small town was a major centre in the Middle Ages, when it was controlled by the first Viscounts of Limoges. Ruins of the 12C castle can still be seen
Turenne - TURENNE
The name Turenne has gone down in history, thanks to the well-known Maréchal de France, who took the name of his ancestral Viscounty. Built on a hillock, the ruins of the feudal castle and the Tour